Raneto is an open source Knowledgebase platform that uses static Markdown files to power your Knowledgebase.
Reusable nonlinear personal web notebook.
Wikibased system for collaborative creation and maintenance of websites.
Simple, fast, customizable and lightweight site for browsing files.
Complete markdownpowered wiki contained in a single PHP file.
An open, extensible, wiki for your team built using React and Node.js.
Olelo is a wiki that stores pages in a Git repository, supports many markup styles and has an extensible, hackable architecture.
Advanced, easy to use and extensible WikiEngine with a large community of users.
Git based wiki engine written for node.js, with a decent design, a search capability and good typography.
MediaWiki is a free and opensource wiki software package written in PHP. It serves as the platform for Wikipedia and the other Wikimedia projects, used by hundreds of millions of people each month.
Wiki program that stores pages and uploaded files in a git repository, which can then be modified using the VCS command line tools or the wiki's web interface.
Easy to use, lightweight, standardscompliant wiki engine with a simple syntax allowing reading the data outside the wiki. All data is stored in plain files, therefore no database is required.
Simple, Gitpowered wiki with a sweet API and local frontend.
Wiki system with complex functionality for simple integration and a superb interface. Store your knowledge with style: Use django models.
Cowyo is a featurerich wiki for minimalists.
BookStack is a simple, selfhosted, easytouse platform for organizing and storing information. It allows for documentation to be stored in a book like fashion.
YOURLS is a set of PHP scripts that will allow you to run Your Own URL Shortener. Features include password protection, URL customization, bookmarklets, statistics, API, plugins, jsonp.
KISS URL shortener, public or private (with account). Minimalist and lightweight. No dependencies.
Shitty url shortener, emoji and AI powered.
Make your long links short and only uses lowercase, so you can write and spell them faster.